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55.    PINA SINGA ANNAPOTA.

The first ver?e refer? to Armapofa's victories over the two
chiefs called Sammeta £oma and Sarepali Timma who lived
in the country of Ko;:dnv!chi. The second enumerates several
battle? in which he dereated the Raya, He plundered the Kota
country beginning with Panr.sral: created confusion in the
Eeddi kingdom as far as Rajahninndry : subdued the Tamil
coixntry up to Cennapattana ; and destroyed the Boya-rajya
up to Mxiddogi. He also vanquished the Sauibetas in defiance
of the Raya.

FefagGtivTtri Varhsavaii. vv. 153-4.

56.   MlDAYA LINGA.

SUMMARY.

Madaya Linga overpowered the Kannadis in a battle which
he fought with them on the banks of the Krsna ,'l). His father,
Madhava, won a victory over the Kannadis and he himself
captured the fort of Calamacerla (2). He put the Mussalmans
to iiight and wrested from them thirty-two forts (3). He
defeated Sambeta Pinna so that Prandha Devaraya might
recognize his prowess, and obtained from him the ancles which
heroes wore on iheir ankles \& lie conquered the Sultan,
defied the Xarapati, and routed the Gajapati. There was none
who could «qtial Madaya Lii:ga (5).

tti rjtf.53:-.7//, vv. 119, 120, 324, 126, 130.

57.   TEE MUEAMMADjiN OFFICEHS IN THE SERVICE OF THE
KINGS OF VIJATANAGARA.
When Praudha Devaraya Maharaja was reigning, sitting
upon the jewelled^throue, in the city oi Yijayanagara, he con-
ferred tlie govtrnment of Panem in S. 8. 1305? Endhirodgari,
on a chief called Pocam Annari, who in obedience to the com-
mand of the Raya constructed a fort at the village of Panem.
The fort was then given to a Muhammadan officer called Sabat
Mult, who governed the place for twenty years from S. S. 1315,
fcrimiikha to S. S. 1335 Vijaya. He was succeeded by another
Muhammadan chief, Khana Khana Vodeyar, who held the fort